Science Shows Eating Carbs During A Workout Is Best For Recovery

Queensland University researchers have found that eating carbohydrates during intense exercise can help your body recover, and keeps your immune system in peak condition. Read More >>

Winston Churchill Believed In Aliens, Lost Essay Reveals

A newly unearthed essay by Winston Churchill reveals that the former-PM "reasoned like a scientist about the likelihood of life on other planets". Read More >>

Australian Scientists Just Discovered The Real Reason Your Muscles Are Sore After A Workout

Most of us are familiar with sore muscles after a workout. But for the first time, what is actually going on when you're aching - at the cellular l level - has been discovered. Read More >>

Pass The Sick Bag: Emojis And Hashtags Are The New Public Displays Of Affection

Queensland University's Creative Advertising lecturer, Michael Klaehn, says the word "love" was tweeted more than 2.5 billion times in the past year and today "it will be the hottest word on the Twitterscape, most likely paired with one of the top 10 global love Emojis or hashtags". Read More >>

Ford Is Spending $1 Billion On A New Self-Driving Car Project

Argo AI is the focus of a one billion investment over the next five years from Ford, in a bid to collaborate on the car maker's autonomous vehicle offering. Read More >>

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Star Wars Explained In One Handy Chart

If you've ever wanted a visual representation of the timeline of battles in the current Star Wars canon, you're in luck. Read More >>

YouTube Rolls Out Mobile Live Streaming And Monetised ‘Super Chat’

If you have over 10,000 subscribers on YouTube, you'll be able to live stream on mobile as of now. For the rest of us plebs, we'll have to wait a little while for the new feature - but we do have immediate access to the new 'Super Chat' feature. Which you'll have to pay for, and creators will earn sweet cash on the back of. Read More >>

Twitter Is Stopping Suspended Users From Making New Accounts

Twitter is making some changes which the platform says are to ensure "the issue of safety is addressed from every angle." The changes include stopping the creation of "abusive" accounts, creating a "safe search" that removes "sensitive content" and "collapsing" abusive and low-quality replies. Read More >>

Using Edible Electronics To Monitor Our Bodies From Within

No, it's not the latest fitness craze - although I wouldn't be surprised if this discovery leads us down that path. Read More >>

A Brief History Of The Autonomous Car

We've come a long way in the last 80 years (yep, that's how long actual development of autonomous cars has been kicking around for), and sooner rather than later driverless vehicles will become a normal sight on our roads. Road rules are even changing in anticipation. Read More >>

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Lady Gaga’s Halftime Super Bowl Show Was Lit By Intel Drones

Lady Gaga, who is actually Satan, performed at this year's #PepsiHalftime Super Bowl halftime show. Her awesome set was kicked off by a solo in front of a night sky filled with Intel drones, and it looked great. Read More >>

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Making Virtual Reality A Group Activity

Software developer Drew Gottlieb wanted to make creating art with virtual reality somehow even more magical - by including the people watching. Read More >>

Australian Scientists Just Worked Out Exactly Where Stardust Is From

International research involving Monash University has solved a long-standing puzzle on the origin of stardust recovered from meteorites, identifying the effect of a nuclear reaction in the dust grains. Read More >>

How Windows 10’s Game Mode Makes Your Games Run Faster

In a feature live in a beta Windows 10 build, Microsoft has unveiled "Game Mode" - a feature designed to optimise your computer's CPU and GPU usage for video games. Read More >>